This is the story of a young adventurous couple who teamed up with Tiny Heirloom to design and build their dream tiny home on wheels.
It features a unique exterior siding that resembles a natural rock wall that they can practice rock climbing on!
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Couple’s Boho Industrial Rock Climbing Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Heirloom
Images © Tiny Heirloom
Images © Tiny Heirloom
A young adventurous couple who love fitness, adventure and being outside, came to us to create the ultimate adventure house. Together, we had a vision of a mobile home that contained adventure wherever it went. Designing the home with this in mind guided us to create something quite unique. An incorporated rock wall was always a project we wanted to do and now we found the perfect fit for it. Custom molded to the exterior architecture of the house it truly fits like a glove and truly resembles a natural rock wall. We used the glass garage door to bring the outdoors in as well as add a slight industrial vibe to the aesthetic.
Boho Industrial was the theme for this house. We used bright tile, arches, and light wood accents to bring the boho style to the house while combining metal and glass from the garage door and concrete countertops to bring the industrial side of the design to the table. Being such a unique combination of styles we were a little unsure at first but the more we dug into the design the more we got excited about how it would turn out. Seeing it come to life was amazing and solidified our love for this home.
The full spa bathroom is one of our favorites to date. With a corner tub with jacuzzi jets, sliding archway door with Moroccan tile trim, walk-in closet, handmade teak vanity, and a soothing color scheme brings the tiny home spa to the next level.
A custom chandelier with hanging lights, glass garage door, split living space with office above and dining nook below makes up the living room. An automated dining nook that functions as a dining table when raised and with a push of a button, lowers to become a king-size bed. Outfitted with a full solar system with A/C and a rooftop deck this house is ready for adventure wherever you decide to go.
24’ Long, 8’6” Wide, 14’ Tall
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Wow… kewl bathroom.
At first I thought , NOT! but after looking at the pictures I really like this little house! ( even if it does have a loft ) but a porta pottie in the loft would solve any ” Midnight Run” issues, The inside is really nicely done and love the big open window!! I am not a rock climber so i will pass on the rock climbing stuff, but thats minor issue compared to the rest of this great tiny house!
I remember this one. Is beautiful inside. The bathroom is very stunning. Only thing is, I would love a main floor bedroom. The loft would have my Meade Telescope up there. Skylights that open so I can do tracking at night. Nothing like tracking space. This is beautiful. Now am hungry since I seen food. Am gaining weight now…….. lol
Love it. It has my dream bathroom with a corner tub with jacuzzi jets. When can I move in?
With it only being 24 ft long i personally think that the garage door type window as nice as it looks is a waste of wall space. You could still have a large enough window there but use the space from the floor up for a couch, aka a living room of sorts.
great tub! and the blue kitchen is fabulous and with that large window and dinning area, this home is truly for those who love to cook and sit and eat with a crowd. Again such an individual home, just great.
I liked alot of what I saw here; the bathroom especially! Was quite amazed & disappointed that the people who had this built didn’t have the floor-plan *flipped* to position the tall end furthest away from the tongue & hitch. Aerodynamically, this is the EXACT OPPOSITE of what it should be! This design adds resistance when hauling the THOW. Flipped as I’ve described it would be a *breeze* to haul! No pun intended, but it works! :0)
Beautiful bathroom and kitchen. Maybe if the table could fold or lower down it could make a down stairs bed. And I agree with Sgmaps, I would put a normal door. Anyway it is a beautiful tiny house!
The table lowers with a push of a button to make the downstairs bed! Beautiful home.
Beautiful. Bathroom is amazing.
But, zero comfortable seating. Every single seat is hard, wooden…ouch.
I love the…crafting area? Office? But I’d be afraid I’d tip over the loft without a rail there. I could see myself doing something stupid like that. Lofts without rails or a semi privacy wall kind of freak me out.
Ceiling fan would be cool too. Ditto for a living room area.
While it’s stunning and great use of space, it doesn’t seem liveable, comfortable or practical. It would be a neat getaway place, not a full-time home.